Contains Max Cohens "Growth of the Left Wing" which is an important source for the history of the Left Wing Section of New York, a call for an emergency Socialist convention and a statement of principles of the Socialist Propaganda League Topic: Communism--Periodicals
Information on textile strikes, letter from the Russian "Bolshevik-Leninists" to the Trotskyists in the USSR, and Max Shactman on Gitlow and Zams entry into the Socialist Party Topic: Communism--periodicals
Mainly articles on the increasingly acrimonious split between the Left wing and the NEC of the Socialist Party. Includes report of the meeting of the NEC were the Leftist federations and Michigan are suspended. Topic: Communism--Periodicals
Contains material on the Kapp putsch, translations from Lenin and a report on the merger of the CPA Minority Group with the Communist Labor Party to create the United Communist ("Centrist") Party Topic: Communism -- Periodicals.
Second issue of the CPAs "The Communist" contains articles on the steel strike led by William Z. Foster, articles on Hungary and Versailles, as well as organizational notes. Topic: Communism -- Periodicals.
Includes, among other things, the minutes of the"new" NEC of the socialist party which tried to take control of the organization for the Left wing, and the first half of a stenographic report of the June National Lew Wing Conference. Topic: Communism--Periodicals
The Communist Party of America was founded Sept 1, 1919 in Chicago. The initial organization consisted of the National organizing Committee and National Council of the Left Wing factions that arose at the June Left Wing Conference. This issue includes an account of the convention, as well as the manifesto, constituion and program of the new group, the names of the members of the Central Committee and a polemic with the Communist Labor Party Topic: Communism -- Periodicals.
The final issue of Revolutionary Age, with the National Council and the National Organizing Committee burying the hatchet, for the time being, and issuing a joint call to found a Communist Party in September, while Gitlow and Read depart to found Voice of Labor and the CLP. Topic: Communism--Periodicals
Contains articles on the silk weavers strike, lynching, Soviet recognition, Diego Riveras mural (with b/w picture), an article on the Trotskyist influence in the Food unions and an article on the "bankruptcy" of Trotskyism by Joaquin Maurin. Topic: Communism -- periodicals